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The Bitx40 project

Posted on Thursday, December 15th, 2016 in builds by DP

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Pete Juliano, N6QW, has been working on building the Bitx40 project:

At this stage the hardware is mounted and previously I had programmed the Arduino/AD9850 which will be used for the LO. The case was something store bought about 6 years ago and is nothing more than a 6X10X2 aluminum chassis painted two tone. The front panel is of course a cool blue color.
But there is another side to this project in that I will de doing a Skype presentation to a local ham club in mid January and in preparation for that Bitx40 pitch have created a series of web pages on “How to take the Bitx40 as supplied and make it like the photo above. Here is the link to the web “Resource Page

Full details at Pete Juliano’s blog.

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